Good for you, good for baby
Many of the problems that we take for granted and accept as a normal part of being pregnant can be prevented. You don’t need to put up with spd/pgp, tired aching legs, varicose veins or swollen ankles, nor do you have to cope with sickness, headaches, or fluid retention. Mizan pregnancy massage can help to relieve these and many other discomforts.
Treating yourself to regular treatments during pregnancy is relaxing and enjoyable for both you and the baby.
Because it promotes circulation, the abdominal muscles are relaxed and strengthened, ready to birth your baby. It’s a great way to encourage your baby into the optimum position ready for birth, leading to a shorter labour and easier birth for you both.
Benefits of Mizan pregnancy massage
- Can help to resolve the symptoms of SPD/PGP
- Relieves common discomforts of pregnancy such as indigestion, heartburn, nausea, low back ache, sciatica, pressure and burning sensation in groin area, constipation, headaches, leg discomfort including varicose veins, frequent urination, incontinence and urinary tract infections
- Encourages the baby into optimal positioning to facilitate pregnancy, labour and birth (regular treatments can shorten the length of labour and birth, even for first time mamas)
- Tones, strengthens and balances the womb, preparing for labour and birth
- Synchronises mum and baby for birth
- Supports mama and baby by stimulating an increased release of oxytocin, fostering bonding and preparing the womb for labour and birth
- Increases circulation to mama and baby
- Reduces tension and anxiety
- Addresses emotional issues on a cellular level and sets healing in motion.
- Michel Odent says that the baby’s immune system is developed in the womb and that the hormonal reactions of the mother during pregnancy play a role in the health of the baby for the rest of his or her life.
Post natal healing
Having Mizan post-birth is extremely beneficial in assisting the pelvic organs gently back to their optimum position and function. Depending on how the birth went, Mizan can usually be safely done a couple of weeks following the birth. If your baby was born by caesarean section, then it’s best to wait until after the 6-week check, although there are healing practices that can be started before then. If you are a client during pregnancy, I can teach you a lovely routine to do yourself that you can start almost immediately following the birth.
If the birth was by caesarean section, Mizan will not only guide the uterus back into position, but will also help in breaking down scar tissue and preventing the uterus adhering to other internal organs. This can make all the difference to your next pregnancy and birth experience.